There are concerns as to the outdoor pollution that we almost forget that the air we breathe indoors is very often of less good quality ! However, the health consequences are far from negligible, as we spend nearly 80 % of our time in closed spaces. According to the first large-scale French study exploratory of the socio-economic costs of indoor air pollution, dated April 2014, this phenomenon would cause each year more than 28 000 new patients, about 20 000 deaths and cost around eur 19 billion to our health care system. F...Article reserved to subscribers
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